A 16th Century timber framed house offering a wonderful rural retreat on the unspoilt Suffolk/ Norfolk border in the heart of the Waveney Valley. Come and enjoy the peace and tranquility of Wingfield, relax and rejuvenate, away from the stresses and strains of everyday life.
We are keen to make your stay as special as possible, starting with a welcoming pot of tea or coffee and homemade cakes. You can enjoy this either in your room or in our cosy snug next to the log fire.
Breakfast will be freshly prepared for you and served in the beamed dining room overlooking the garden. A choice of menus is available for you to enjoy with fresh local produce wherever possible and homemade bread, muffins and preserves.
The Marlowe suite, a 16th Century room, full of character, exposed beams, low doorways and sloping floors. This room is available with either super king-size or twin beds whichever you prefer.
The adjoining bathroom, a truly luxurious room, offers a sumptuous free standing claw foot bath where you can relax whilst looking out over the fields and garden.
The Pope suite, an 18th Century room, comfortable and characterful. This room has a king-size brass bed with views over the fields, and an ensuite bathroom with both bath and shower.
Wingfield is a small village in the Waverney Valley on the borders of Suffolk and Norfolk, although only small in size and quiet in nature there is an amazing amount of history linked to it. In Tudor times Wingfield was thought to be one of the richest villages in Suffolk, due to the wool trade.
Rates: From £70 single occupancy per night.
From £85 to £105 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome by arrangement - please enquire for details.
No smoking. Pets are allowed.
Off street parking.
4 Star AA